Chef Jean-Paul Labadie left an MGM Grand kitchen more than a year ago to pursue his dream of entrepreneurship.
Entrepreneur Megan Linney had hoped to open her upscale skin care boutique in downtown Las Vegas in April. Then, the pandemic hit and related closures scuttled those plans. Today, she still can’t open her doors.
While businesses across the country have shuttered in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, a new Reno-based tech accelerator is working to build diversified businesses in Northern Nevada.
The downtown coworking space created by the City of Las Vegas, dubbed International Innovation Center @ Vegas, announced four new tenants on Monday.
The event, created by American Express in 2010, is meant to encourage shoppers to consider small businesses for their holiday shopping needs.
Terbine Chief Executive David Knight said he was glad to say goodbye to Silicon Valley six months ago and move his technology firm to downtown Las Vegas.
The idea behind the two-day conference at Aria is to bring together automotive executives and analysts to discuss the latest trends and innovations driving the industry.
City officials and business leaders officially welcomed the first seven tenants of the International Innovation Center @ Vegas, an 11,000 square foot coworking space.
Bigelow Aerospace founder Robert Bigelow hosted eight NASA astronauts to get feedback on how the company could make its B330 space station more user-friendly.
Semifinalists from Henderson’s “Start Tank” will be invited to a workshop Aug. 17 at the College of Southern Nevada. Finalists will give a business pitch at the Connect Expo.
Local entrepreneurs can soon pitch their business ideas for next month’s Start Tank competition.
Shelli Lara discusses her business, Innovative Healthcare Delivery, a Las Vegas-based company.
“It’s a frontier technology,” said Daniel Price, co-founder of the Reno-based company Breadware. “Companies are trying to get in the space, but there are no road signs.”
A Southern Nevada company will show off its box room prototype at a Department of Housing and Urban Development event on the National Mall starting Saturday.
A Q&A with cannabis production company TriGrow Systems.